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. >> reporter: his hair was matted and dirty and he's been shaved and groomed. people who live in the apartment building where he was found are outraged he was tossed out and left to die. >> what? how can someone do it to the dog? maybe someone couldn't pay the rent for the dog. they charge you rent around here. >> reporter: whatever the reason, that is a crime, misdemeanor animal crueltiy with a penalty of up to six months in jails and fines up to $500. >> someone has an animal they can't care for anymore, they need to bring the animal into the shelter and throwing it out with the trash is inexcusable. >> reporter: the humane society is desperately looking for help from the public andy that offering a reward, $1,000 for anyone with -- from within any -- anyone with information leading to a arrest in the district. >> and the humane society will hold on to the dog for a few days while they try to find the owner and they will put tiny thomas up for adoption. >>> a worker plunged 30 feet into a well. crews worked for more than an hour to get them back. the man was conscious and alert whole stuck i
're catching z's. interesting grooming. thanks. i got the idearom general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills make getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. >> welcome back to "fox & friends." new numbers showing unemployment now, 9.6% and while president obama is set to announce emergency initiatives this week to try to jump start the economy, some day dems are at a loss when it comes to solving political problems and on the radio, democratic strategist and a senior fellow project 21en and a fox news contributor. nice to see you. >> good morning. >> we said at the intro, at a loss. are democrats at a loss. we have two months until the election to hang their hat on a project. a lot of these aren't popular with the american people. >> well, here is the ash here, the democrats are very much in a tight spot as it relates to the economy and a devastatingly deep hole and there are no magic bullets. will they solve all the
back nine to ten days later. >> reporter: so your theory is this art ream has been grooming his son's girlfriend and gets the son out of the way so he can carry it out. >> yes, yes, he gets the son out of dodge, in texas. >> reporter: and the prosecutor said there was one more circumstantial sign of art ream's connection to cindy. and it was the only physical evidence of significance produced in the case. exhibit number ten. >> exhibit ten is a mailer coupon that has a missing picture of cindy zarzycki. >> reporter: in 2007, you remember, detective mclaughlin had uncovered the curious item tucked away in a jewelry box in ream's old carpet warehouse. why in the world would ream have it there? the prosecutor asked the detective. >> they're like trophies. they like to save things that the normal person wouldn't. >> reporter: in his cross-examination of the detective, defense attorney tim kohler argued that art ream hadn't been in that warehouse for years, and suggested that the evidence could have been tainted. >> you don't know if anybody had been in there or not been in there. you we
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